Teddy Bridgewater has questioned how the Carolina Panthers practiced in two critical areas that played a part in the organization moving on from him after the first year of a three-year contract.

"I'll just say this, for Joe Brady's growth they'll have to practice different things in different ways," Bridgewater said of Carolina's offensive coordinator.

"One of the things we didn't do much of when I was there, we didn't practice two-minute drills, we didn't practice red zone. ... We didn't practice on Fridays, but you walked through the red zone stuff and then Saturday you came out and practiced red zone but you got only 15 live reps."

The Panthers' schedule was different last year under Matt Rhule in that Friday was a walk-through instead of a full practice and Saturday was a full practice.